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Re: Shooting Sports Belt Loops & Webelos Sportsman Activity Badge?

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  • jamestallen52
    I agree the limits posed by National need revision, both could be safely conducted on a Pack or Den level by requiring a Trained Range Officer to be present at
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 4 3:41 PM
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      I agree the limits posed by National need revision, both could be safely conducted on a Pack or Den level by requiring a Trained Range Officer to be present at all times that they are being conducted and that they be conducted at a Certified Scout Camp Range.

      --- In scouter_t@yahoogroups.com, "wbfergusoniii" <wbfergusoniii@...> wrote:
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      > Hi, All,
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      > Any idea why the Sportsman individual sports requirement does not list the archery and BB shooting belt loops as options (at least in my copy of the Webelos handbook)? Does National think that, if they were listed, some Scouters or parents, despite the retrictions stated in the Guide to Safe Scouting, might undertake shooting sports at the individual Scout, den, or pack levels? Their exclusion is unfortunate--archery and BB shooting are both fun individual sports that fulfill the spirit and letter of the requirement.
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      > YIS
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      > Bill Ferguson
      > Den Leader and Pack Trainer, Pack 5 (Bronxville, NY)
      > Training Chair, Four Rivers District, Westchester-Putnam Council (NY)
      > BSA BB Range Officer / Instructor
      > NRA Range Safety Officer
      > "I used to be an Owl..." (Working My Ticket, NE-VII-15)
      >
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